MOST is a free digital mental health service for young people aged 12 to 25 years. It’s designed to provide extra support alongside face-to-face care.
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MOST is digital therapy that works in with your face-to-face sessions with a clinician, or while you’re waiting for care. It lets you:
- find and keep proven strategies, tools and resources that work for you;
- work through things at your own pace;
- connect with real people online – including clinicians, peer workers and career consultants, and
- access 24/7 mental health support, across all your devices.
Designed by Orygen Digital, MOST – Moderated Online Social Therapy – gives you on-demand access to tailored online therapy, tools and programs that are guided by clinicians, career consultants and trained peers with lived experience of mental ill-health, in addition to your in-person sessions.
MOST is backed by more than 10 years of research, clinical expertise and digital innovation to deliver a world-first blend of digital therapy and face-to-face mental health care.
It is currently available in participating headspace centres and specialist youth mental health services in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales. It will soon be available in the ACT.
If you’re aged between 12 and 25, you can access MOST through your local participating headspace centre or specialist service, in Victoria, Queensland or New South Wales. Ask your clinician or service for a referral and we’ll help you get connected.
If you’re aged between 12 and 14, you can access MOST with permission from your parent or guardian.
If you want to find out more, get in touch by email: email@example.com or phone 1800 00 MOST.
MOST is available to young people in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales, aged 12 to 25 who are receiving support from a participating headspace centre or specialist service.
If you’re aged between 12 and 14 you may be able to join MOST (with your parent or guardian’s permission) on a program just for your age group through a participating specialist service or a headspace centre.
If you want to find out more, get in touch by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1800 00 MOST.
Yes – if you’re aged 12 to 25 and your service is offering MOST – you can sign up if you’re on a waitlist for face-to-face care. Joining MOST will give you access to immediate support ahead of your first clinical appointment. If you’re aged 12 to 14 you must obtain permission from a parent or guardian.
MOST is designed to work in with your face-to-face care; so you can get started on a program of proven, personalised strategies and mental health resources – and the chance to connect with expert help when you need it – ahead of your in-person session.
Talk to your headspace centre or clinician for more information or get in touch with us by email, email@example.com, or phone 1800 00 MOST.
Right now, it’s available to young people in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales in participating services.
As more services sign up, we’ll let you know.
Sometimes things go wrong, so we’re here to get you connected and making the most of MOST as quick as we can.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1800 00 MOST.
MOST has a moderated social network for young people to use.
If the thought of being sociable online just isn’t for you, it’s a good thing MOST is all about supporting your mental health on your terms.
So, skip the social network and make the most of the hundreds of proven, personalised strategies and mental health resources – and the chance to connect with expert help when you need it – rather than feeling like you have to post anything.
We know it’s not for everyone, and that’s alright.
The social network is safe, inclusive and moderated, and it’s there if you do feel like reaching out to others who might be going through similar things to you, or even our peer workers. No expectations.